Public Good explores how the planning, design and governance of public space define how we engage with public environments socially and logistically. The project focuses on proposals for unrealised or imagined ideas and provocations for civic planning and public space, including public sculpture, architecture, civic infrastructure and urban planning.
Public Good features new work by Tim Middleton, Charlotte Watson, David Cook, Tim J. Veling, Gareth Williams and Matthew Galloway.
RAMP is having a facelift!
RAMP Gallery and the School of Media Arts are having a facelift. We’re so excited to see the process taking place. Stay tuned for updates and for news of when we are ready to launch in the new space!
RAMP is currently working on an exciting publication project while the builders are working away and this will be launched in the new space
Social Interface / Curated by Melanie Oliver
Curated by Melanie Oliver, “Social Interface” features work by Douglas Bagnall, Bronwyn Holloway-Smith, Vaimaila Urale & Johann Nortje
Each of the projects in “Social Interface” incorporates technology as a fundamental aspect of contemporary communication, revealing its centrality to our sociopolitical structures.
Image – Bronwyn Holloway-Smith: Utah Teapot, based on Martin Newell’s 1975 public domain design
Why Choose Us ?
For those looking to enhance their degree or work experience by providing knowledge and skills in either public relations/advertising practices or professional writing.
Mid Year Intake
We are also pleased to offer a mid-year intake into our Degree and Certificate programmes. Applications close for this intake in June , and classes begin in mid-July.
Success For Graduates
Graduates from Wintec’s School Media Arts feature heavily in regional short film competition among others and are highly successful.